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About the Harrison B. Wilson Archives

The Harrison B. Wilson Archives

The Harrison B. Wilson Archives is the repository of the non-current, official records of the University, its organizations, students and faculty.  In keeping with the University’s mission of actively involving itself in the community and addressing the special needs of African-Americans, the archives also collects and preserves the historical records of African-Americans in Virginia and makes them available to students and other researchers.  The collection, which houses over 5,000 books, private papers of professors, administrators, and students; includes, copies of theses and dissertations of graduates of NSU’s master’s and doctoral degree programs, photographic materials, and microfilm.  The Harrison B. Wilson Archives is a rich source of primary documents for students, local historians and other researchers. 

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The archives reading room.